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BOUCLÉ

Knowledge Bouclé refers both to a type of knotted, irregular novelty yarn and to the fabrics made from it.

The word bouclé means ‘curled’ or ‘looped’ in French and is used both for a type of novelty yarn and for the knitted or woven fabrics made from it. The yarn is rough and knotted with a unique visual effect, made by wrapping one strand of irregular loose-tension loops around a twisted core. Using this type of yarn results in a fabric structure of small curls and loops, which is so characteristic that the fabric itself is also referred to as bouclé, rather than by the knit or weave construction.

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The notion of the archive is one of ARKET’s central themes and runs as a common thread through the brand. It represents the long-lasting nature of our collections, an extensive library of design history and vintage samples, our ideal of transparency, as well as the inspiration for and name given to our in-store shelving system. The digital ARKET / ARCHIVE captures research, inspiration, and past projects, and forms the collective story of who we are.

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The grid is an essential element of our visual identity. It represents the notion of the archive and is used to organise and display information ranging from the names of plants to fabric weights and different types of materials used in our collections. These nine squares symbolise the separate parts that together form our world, and they are also the areas where we strive to make a difference.